Despite the probability named the next CEO within a few years, Zia Yusuf decided to leave SAP in the fall of 2009. He spent the next six months or so as an executive-in-residence for two prominent venture capital firms, the board of several companies, and has some freelance consulting. This update briefly explored decision Yusuf, CEO of Streetline, a company that patented sensor technology to be parking solutions, and how he start this fight, the … Read more »

Despite the probability named the next CEO within a few years, Zia Yusuf decided to leave SAP in the fall of 2009. He spent the next six months or so as an executive-in-residence for two prominent venture capital firms, the board of several companies, and has some freelance consulting. This update briefly explored decision Yusuf, CEO of Streetline, a company that patented sensor technology to be parking solutions, and how he start this fight, on the verge of closure, in a promising industry pioneer.
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Jeffrey Pfeffer
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
4 pages.
Release Date: 15, March 2013. Prod #: OB82-PDF-ENG
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